DIAMONDS ARE THE HARDEST NATURAL SUBSTANCE KNOWN TO MAN.
FORMED OVER MILLIONS OF YEARS, EVERY DIAMOND IN THE WORLD IS UNIQUE.
Buying a diamond should be based on the right knowledge, as they come in many qualities.
The four C’s are used worldwide to describe the quality of diamonds. They are:
COLOUR ♦ CLARITY ♦ CARAT WEIGHT ♦ CUT
The interrelationships of these characteristics greatly affects the value. The rarest and most valuable diamonds are the clearest and purest of colour. Other factors that determine a diamond’s quality and value are its symmetry and cut proportions. Learning as much as possible about the differences in quality and value will help you choose the right diamond. If you have any queries, please ask one of our trained staff.